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But once before you said Croatia doesn't has the continuity because of Austro-Hungary thus you wrote some mumbo jumbo about Croatian nobility actually being Hungarians then. So basically those people that migrated became citizens of Hungary so by considering your logic they aren't Serbs. During those 500 years there were only Hungarians and Turks on the territory, i see no Serbia on maps there neither such a country right? Btw on whom do modern day Serbia draws it's ties to if the continuity is non-existent due to a hole of 500 years, are you sure you're an original Serb?

Croatia has cultural continuity, you preserved it, you do not speak Hungarian, and never saw yourself as Hungarians, that has to be respected. Citizenship is not ethnicity. Croatian nobility seized to exist with the death of King Petar Svacic, nobility of Croat ancestry like Subici – Zrinski, were Croats, but a Hungarian nobility, since it was Hungary. Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic was a Serb, but surely not Serbian nobility, but Ottoman.

Yes I am :) … Serbs know their kinship, and ancestry, it is what makes us Serb.

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